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Mitch Glazer Discusses The Origins and Creation of His “Magic City” Series

Mitch Glazer Discusses The Origins and Creation of His “Magic City” Series

Miami Beach in 1959, is a time period that has always fascinated Mitch Glazer, the screenwriter of such hits as ‘The Recruit’ and ‘Scrooged’. The glitz and glamor of the time period had long cemented themselves in his mind and would eventually lead to the creation of his latest project, ‘Magic City’. Airing on Starz, ‘Magic City’ weaves a captivating narrative full of mobsters, Cuban exiles, straying wives, the amazing music that filled the air during that time, Judaism, and money — all centered on the mythical Miramar Playa hotel. Starring such heavy hitting actors as Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Danny Huston, the series is currently in production on it’s second intriguing season. Jason Price of Icon Vs. Icon recently caught up with series creator Mitch Glazer to discuss his journey in the entertainment industry, the origins of the series, what he has in store for fans in the second season and much more!

Mitch Glazer

Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with us today. How are you doing today, Mitch?

You are so welcome! We are in the middle of doing this incredibly cool scene that is kind of a dream come true for me. We are right outside the club where Betty Wright, who did the song “Clean Up Woman” when I was a kid growing up in Miami Beach, is doing a song in a date night setting for two of our characters. It is just incredible! This is one of the reason why I wanted to do the show “Magic City”! I get to live out the fantasy of seeing Betty Wright sing with a great R&B band in 1959 Miami! It is a very good day!

What initially got you started on your journey into the entertainment industry?

Originally, I was the editor of my high school newspaper. I was that kind of guy. I loved rock ‘n’ roll and my dream really was to write someday for Rolling Stone magazine. Given my age and the time I grew up in, I didn’t have the talent or courage to be a musician but I loved music. I ended up graduating NYU and working for some smaller rock ‘n’ roll magazines. I worked my way up and started writing for Rolling Stone and Esquire doing magazine journalism in New York in the 1970s. I met John Belushi very early on in 1977. I believe it was around the second year of “Saturday Night LIve.” John and I became really good friends. After knowing each other for a few years, he told me that he and Dan Aykroyd had an idea to do a movie. The movie was about two pot dealers for Universal. John said “Mitch! Why don’t you write it!” I said “Well, ok!” He called Universal and that was it! All of a sudden I was a screenwriter! [laughs] That was around 1980 but it took awhile to get a movie made. The first film I managed to get made was “Scrooged” with my main writing partner Michael O’Donoghue. It was kinda through rock ‘n’ roll and through journalism that it all happened. There was also a family connection. My uncle Sidney Glazer produced the Mel Brooks’ film “The Producers,” so I had seen someone in the family succeed in this weird business, so that also gave me hope.

For those who may not know, and you eluded to it a bit earlier, what initially sparked the idea for “Magic City”?

Jeffrey Dean Morgan In “Magic City”

I was born and raised in Miami Beach, Florida in the 1950s. My father was an electrical engineer at a company that provided lighting for some of the more notable hotels of the day, when they were being built. I kinda grew up in the lobbies of those beautiful mid-1950s hotels and they really made an impression on me. I just thought it was the most glamourous, swankiest, coolest Rat Pack era vibe I had ever seen! It really stayed with me. As I think most writers do, you store away memories and things that are interesting to you. I have been doing other things in the meantime, be it other movies or articles but my mind would always go back to that era and the stories. I would write them down on the side and I finally sat down with it all to write my first and only TV attempt. I wrote a pass at this and now here we are!

In a way, I have been carrying around these stories since I was a kid, at least since I was a teenager. It really has been a dream come true to be back home, doing this show and celebrating Miami in 1959. It was such an important, exotic and cinematic time. You had the fall of Havana, the rise of Fidel Castro, the influx of Cubans to Miami at that time, The Mob, JFK being nominated and spending a lot of his time at the Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach.I really started digging into it and seeing how central 1959 Miami was to the American experience. I had an insight that most people didn’t have because I was born and raised here and knew some of the stories.

What has been the biggest challenge in bringing this project from script to screen?

I guess it was for other people more than myself in coming up with the stories but to be honest, this has been a story engine. There has been so much story and the Evans Family, the characters that I am writing about and the hotel are composites of the people I grew up with. I know the world so well that has been wonderful. There really haven’t been any major difficulties. STARZ has been amazing as far as supporting it. By definition, it is a successful hotel, so we need extras and period cars. We have built these amazing sets and the largest soundstage in Florida’s history! STARZ has truly been all in on this show from the initial vision of it. The cast is terrific as well. For the first time in my life, I got all of my first choices for the roles, the people I really wanted to bring these characters to life on screen. I have to say, I am expecting a giant meteor to come and take me out at any moment! [laughs] I come at this from the standpoint of doing movies even though the medium is television. We really are doing eight cinematic experiences. The scripts are very ambitious and dense, so it is a commitment on the part of the cast, crew and myself to make these films as beautiful and to have the best storytelling possible. So far that is what is happening!

You mentioned the very talented cast of “Magic City” and how they were your first choices. Did anyone bring something to the table which you might not have expected?

I had hopes for the direction they would go and that is what I was writing to but, truthfully, everyone elevated my game. The lovely thing about writing television, as opposed to film which is more of a one-off, is you write it, shoot it and it is a living thing. I can watch these people do the scenes and be the characters and then really start to tailor my writing to them. Jeffrey Dean Morgan brings an authority and a righteous goodness to Ike that I hinted at but now it is great to know that whatever direction I decide to take Ike, if he were to do bad things, there is such an innate goodness in what Jeffrey brings to the character he has created that I can go anywhere. It is the same for Danny Huston. Ya know, I always saw the Ben Diamond character as more of a Roman emperor than a Mafia thug. Danny brings that decadent, elegant evil, for lack of better words, in spades. I had started writing to it but now, seeing how he holds court and how deep and strange Ben Diamond’s character really is, I can really write to that. Olga Kurylenko, who is starring in Martin McDonagh “Seven Psychopaths” and Tom Cruise’s upcoming movie “Oblivion,” obviously shows her range from action to what is more of a philosophical film. The character she plays was originally written as a trophy wife, more of Rita Hayworth type. Olga’s Russian and Ukrainian way and the depth of her performance made me change the character to a gypsy. I made her more of a European character. It is great because each character affords me the ability to tailor the role to the actor. My wife, Kelly Lynch, plays Meg Bannock who is based on or inspired by the “lost money” in Miami Beach when I was a kid. There were a lot of restrictive clubs that the wealthy elite had back then where no Jews were allowed or no Blacks aloud. There are places I had never been into to this day. That is where her character is a Grace Kelly-esque Miami aristocrat. Kelly brings such a warmth to the role that I started writing it in a different way. It is a really a dazzling group of actors. James Cann starts his role with us on Friday, as Sy Berman, who is Ben Diamond’s boss in the Mafia’s Chicago outfit. Last night, to hear Jimmy Caan’s take on that character — I am blessed coming and going! It has really been a treat!

Without giving too much away, what can fans like us expect from the second season of “Magic City”?

Danny Huston

Deeper, better more! [laughs] I don’t know, I am on such a short leash when it comes to talking about that stuff and I am so inexperienced at it that there is usually a publicist sitting here going “NO! You are saying to much!” [laughs] I think part of the ambition of this season is to make the world larger, meaning to bring in more of the Cuban experience in Miami at that period and what was happening in Havana. At the same time, we want to tighten the screws and show the pressure that the family is under. Season two will be bigger and smaller at the same time, that is my ambition. We do have some new characters being introduced. We have Esai Morales playing a Cuban hero who defects from Cuba and Sherilyn Fenn, who I worked with 20 years ago this summer in “Three of Hearts,” who is playing a madam who Ben Diamond bank rolls at the most extravagant whorehouse in Miami. It is based on a real place that King Farouk and the first family of English royalty came to. So, there are newer characters but our chief family is still the engine for the show and things get more intense and more dysfunctional along the way! Hopefully, you will love it!

It definitely sounds even more intriguing! Obviously, “Magic City” is a huge part of your life at the moment. Are there any other projects upcoming that should be on our radar?

You know, there are two films that I wrote before I started “Magic City”. There is one that I specifically wrote for Bill Murray, who I also wrote “Scrooged” for years ago, along with the original “Charlie’s Angels”. I did 9 weeks on set with him and Billy remains one of my closest friends. I wrote another script for him but it is a difficult movie to make but he and I are both hoping to put it together in soon, maybe even this year when I finish this current project. Bill plays a Bill Graham type rock ‘n’ roll promoter, a sham rock ‘n’ roll promoter who takes an act to Kabul, Afghanistan.He gets dumped there and he is trapped in a war zone and he plays it as only Bill Murray could! [laughs] I hope I get to do it. It isn’t that easy to do a comedy set in Afghanistan right now but if anybody can it would be Bill Murray!

Thank you for your time today, sir! We really appreciate it and wish you the best of luck with all of your endeavors!

Thanks so much, man! Take care, Jason!

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Danny Huston Discusses His Villainous Role In ‘The Warrior’s Way’

Danny Huston Discusses His Villainous Role In ‘The Warrior’s Way’

Danny Huston may be the son of legendary director John Huston and half-brother of Anjelica Huston, but he spent the past decade blazing his own trails in Hollywood. His career started behind the camera, following in his father’s footsteps, but soon evolved into playing a plethora of roles. Quickly becoming a recognizable face on the silver screen, Danny Huston is about to make one of his biggest impressions yet on moviegoers. Sngmoo Lee’s “The Warrior’s Way,” is a tale where Eastern and Western cultures and traditions collide and Huston is at ground zero.

The film centers around Yang (Jang Dong Gun), the world’s greatest swordsman, abandoning his warrior clan to start a new life in the American Badlands. “The Warrior’s Way” is a visually dazzling modern martial arts adventure with stunningly choreographed fight sequences and gravity-defying stunts. In an original, gorgeously realized journey into a mythical past, writer and director Sngmoo Lee seamlessly marries the cinematic traditions of East and West. Korean superstar Jang Dong Gun, Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston and Academy Award-winner Geoffrey Rush star in this epic story of revenge and redemption. Icon Vs. Icon’s Jason Price recently sat down with Danny Huston to discuss his journey in the entertainment industry, his influences and how they played a role in “The Warrior’s Way,” bringing a character from the script to the screen and much more!

Danny Huston

Tackling a career in the entertainment industry is often not for the faint of heart. From what I have read, you didn’t initially set out to end up where you are today. What can you tell us about that journey?

Well, I had no intention of becoming an actor at all. I was just, as a director, waiting for my projects to get made. I was waiting for this sort of eternal green light for a studio or some financing entity to give me permission to make my films. Things were taking forever! Fellow directors, out of the kindest of their hearts, would offer me small roles here and there and the roles gradually got bigger. The next thing I knew, I was an actor! [laughs]

I am curious to know who has been most influential to you as an actor?

I suppose my father. I really approach acting from a filmmaking point of view. I just feel that I am servicing the story and trying to tell it as best I can. My father was not only a great storyteller and filmmaker, as you know, but he was a great actor. People say to me that I seem to like playing villains a great deal. My father played what is probably one of the greatest villains in film history in ‘Chinatown.’ He has been very influential on me.

What was it about the script or the character in particular that drew you to your role in ‘The Warrior’s Way’?

It had this wonderful Sergio Leone quality about it. I almost imagine my character being scored by Ennio Morricone. Just to name a few other Italian movie influences, the townsfolk and the carnies reminded me of a sort of Felleni movie. It just had this wonderful little kaleidoscope of different influences and genres along with a delicious villain for me to play. The character has certain complexities but is also bound in a sort of romantic, slightly perverse, obsessed way to this girl who scarred him for life, who is played by Kate Bosworth.

What is your process for bringing a character like The Colonel from the script to the screen?

In this particular case, he was very formed by the costumes, the mask that he wears, which is very tight against my face and forced me to speak in a particular way, the way that he is rather vain, he is compulsive, he doesn’t like dirt and he is caught in this dust bowl of a place. These qualities were key for me to transform the character into the delicious villain it became.

Your family has quite a history with the American Western. How did that play into your performance? Was it something that was in the back of your mind going into the project?

Yes, very much. I was influenced by the westerns that I used to see when I was a kid, not necessarily that my family have been involved in or the western that I shot prior to this called ‘The Proposition’ that Nick Cave wrote that featured Guy Pearce, Ray Winstone, Emily Watson and was directed by John Hillcoat, which was a very violent western set in Australia. ‘The Warrior’s Way’ is more of a fable, more ‘Sergio Leone,’ I suppose. Those types of films were something that I really loved as a kid. The villains in those films like Eli Wallach and so on, were something that influenced me a lot as a boy. The film, in a way, is shot not unlike a memory, it has this nostalgic feeling to it. Those are the types of qualities that I tried to bring into the piece but also connected with as I was making it.

Danny Huston and Sngmoo Lee

There is quite a buzz about the film and its director/writer Sngmoo Lee. What was it like working with him and what do you think he brought to the table?

Well, he brought the script to the table and his vision. It was very specific, concise and clear, especially with all of the green screen that was going on as we inhabited this world that wasn’t in front of us, so we have to imagine it. He was extremely helpful there. He knew what he wanted. Of course, we were free to interpret what direction he was giving us but he was very clear in broad strokes in regard to what he asked of us. Working with green screen at times can be very confusing because you don’t really know what you are looking at, so he was very, very helpful.

There is a ton of action in the film. What can you tell us about your experiences with the stunt team on the film? I imagine you can learn quite a lot from those seasoned veterans.

Yes! Working with the stunt guys was really fantastic! We really had to choreograph a rather complicated sword fight. One of the big highlights of the project for me was working with Kate Bosworth, shooting the sword fighting scene. It was a lot of fun to do and very physically demanding! We were both bruised by it afterwards — but proud of our bruises! [laughs] It made you feel like you did an honest day’s work! It was a good feeling! [laughs] We broke the shooting schedule up, it happened right around Christmas, so we shot for about three days and wrapped for Christmas and then we started back up after the holiday. That gave us enough time to catch our breath and go back and refine what we had done. We are very proud of it because over 90% of what is there is us, the actors. Hopefully, that makes it kind of gritty and real as there is no trickery.

As you mentioned, you are also surrounded by some great talent in this film. How would you describe your experience performing with Kate Bosworth, Geoffory Rush and specifically Jang Dong-gun who may be a new talented face to American audiences?

Jang Dong-gun is a quiet, respectful, powerful young actor. He certainly knows how to use stillness which is something that my character, The Colonel, could use! [laughs] Working with Kate, well, I knew Kate before doing the project so it was great to be able to spar, literally, with someone and know that we could really trust each other and not hurt each other too badly! Geoffory Rush, I am a big, big fan of his, how could one not be? I wish that I had more scenes with him but the scenes that I did have with him I took great delight in working with him.

Looking back on the experience, what was the biggest challenge in making this film?

The biggest challenge, honestly, was the weight of the wardrobe. The mask, the large leather coat, the guns, the sword, the hat, the wig were all very constraining at first. It was hard to even move with all of that stuff on me and around me. Finally, it became something that really helped to define the character and I was able to use it as a way to express The Colonel’s movements. He can’t see out of mask, out of one eye, so the other eye becomes very active. The speech, as I mentioned, is very difficult because the mask fits so tightly to my face. All of these things were really restricting at first, if not daunting, but ultimately helped me to define the character.

Obviously you are on quite a role as an actor. Kudos to you! Is there a chance that we might see you behind the camera as a director again in the future?

I have been developing a project over the past 10 to 15 years called ‘Day of The Dead’, a book that I have been optioning. In a way, it has become a bad habit and a costly one to option the book time and time again! [laughs] It is hard for me to convince the author that I am actually going to make it! I am hoping to get into production on that next year. I have a lot of momentum on that now, so there is no reason that it shouldn’t happen at this point. I hope it does!

Looking back on your career how do you think you have evolved in your craft since starting out?

One role feeds the next, somewhat. The films that you make don’t necessarily come out in the order in which you made them in but they are influences that you take from one film to the other. More than anything, I used to love hanging out on my father’s film sets. I loved spending time with directors and seeing how they form and make a film. Hopefully, I will be able to apply those experiences when I get back in the saddle and make my own.

You have played so many different roles throughout your career. Is there a particular type of film or genre that you are anxious to tackle in the future?

I feel that I approach stories and films from more of a storytelling point of view, so the whole script is what matters to me. Even if my part is very small, I still want to be a part of something that I can respect and that excites me while working with people that I respect and that excite me.

What is the best advice that you have for anyone who would like to make their career in the film industry?

I suppose that with technology the way that it is today, my advice would be to go out and make a film. Stay true to yourself and don’t allow anyone to stop you from doing that. One can literally go out and make a film with their iPhone at this point!

Very true!

Yeah, with a good bit of editing software, you can do it. All you have to do is have a vision.

What other projects are on the horizon for you in the immediate future?

‘The Conspirator’ is coming out from Robert Redford. It is the story of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. I play Joseph Holt who was responsible for prosecuting the first woman to be hung. It is a beautiful and elegant film directed by Robert Redford that I am very proud to be a part of. That is the next film that will be coming out.

Anything that you would like to say to the fans before I let you go?

Well, I hope that they go out and enjoy ‘The Warrior’s Way’. It is a real spectacle — a ballet for boys! [laughs] It certainly struck me as being an extremely elegant piece of filmmaking and a delicious fable.

Thank you so much for your time, Danny. We are big fans of your work and we hope to talk to you again very soon! It’s been a pleasure!

Thank you very much!

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The Warrior’s Way will be released to theaters on December 3rd, 2010.

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New iPhone App For ‘The Warrior’s Way’ Unleashed!

Relativity Media and Zeitgeist Games bring to you the new The Warrior’s Way iPhone application!

Experience The Warrior’s Way for yourself by wielding the legendary steel of the greatest swordsman alive in this new iPhone app! Choose between four different swords and engage in a mock sword fight with other users.  The app’s sound effects make you feel like you are in the middle of the action. With photos and trailers from the film, this app promises to make a warrior out of anyone.  The Warrior’s Way hits theaters on December 3, 2010.

Get the The Warrior’s Way iPhone application at this location >

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The Warrior’s Way, a visually-stunning modern martial arts western starring Korean actor Dong-gun Jang who plays an Asian warrior assassin forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Oscar®-winner Geoffrey Rush (Shine), Danny Houston (The Kingdom), and Tony Cox (The Hustle).The fantasy action film was written and directed by newcomer Sngmoo Lee, and is being produced by Barrie Osborne (Lord of the Rings), Michael Peyser (Hackers) and Jooick Lee (Seven Swords).http://www.iamrogue.com/thewarriorsway

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New Posters and Images From ‘The Warrior’s Way’

New Posters and Images From ‘The Warrior’s Way’

In theaters December 3, 2010, The Warrior’s Way is a visually-stunning modern martial arts western starring Korean actor Dong-gun Jang who plays an Asian warrior assassin forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Oscar®-winner Geoffrey Rush (Shine), Danny Huston (The Kingdom), and Tony Cox (The Hustle).The fantasy action film was written and directed by newcomer Sngmoo Lee, and is being produced by Barrie M. Osborne (Lord of the Rings), Jooick Lee (Seven Swords) and Michael Peyser (Hackers).

Check out the brand new theatrical posters and stills for the film and it’s stunning trailer below!

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‘The Warrior’s Way’ – New Theatrical Poster For The Visually Stunning Film

‘The Warrior’s Way’ – New Theatrical Poster For The Visually Stunning Film

In theaters December 3, 2010, The Warrior’s Way is a visually-stunning modern martial arts western starring Korean actor Dong-gun Jang who plays an Asian warrior assassin forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Oscar®-winner Geoffrey Rush (Shine), Danny Huston (The Kingdom), and Tony Cox (The Hustle).The fantasy action film was written and directed by newcomer Sngmoo Lee, and is being produced by Barrie M. Osborne (Lord of the Rings), Jooick Lee (Seven Swords) and Michael Peyser (Hackers).

Check out a brand new theatrical poster for the film and it’s stunning trailer below!

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Six New Character Posters For ‘Clash of the Titans’ Unleashed!

Six New Character Posters For ‘Clash of the Titans’ Unleashed!

A series of new character posters for Louis Leterrier’s re-imagining of Clash of the Titans have been unleashed via UGO! Check them out below!

The film stars Sam Worthington, Pete Postlethwaite, Mads Mikkelsen, Gemma Arterton and Alexa Davalos. Clash of The Titans is set to hit theatres March 26, 2010.

Synopsis: “Helpless to save his family from Hades (Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate, and create his own destiny.”

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‘Clash of The Titans’ – New Trailer Unleashed!

‘Clash of The Titans’ – New Trailer Unleashed!

clash_of_the_titans_posterA new trailer for Louis Leterrier’s re-imagining of Clash of the Titans has been unleashed!

The film stars Sam Worthington, Pete Postlethwaite, Mads Mikkelsen, Gemma Arterton and Alexa Davalos.

Clash of The Titans is set to hit theatres March 26, 2010.

Synopsis: “Helpless to save his family from Hades (Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate, and create his own destiny.”

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‘Clash of the Titans’ – Second Theatrical Trailer Hits The Web!

‘Clash of the Titans’ – Second Theatrical Trailer Hits The Web!

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A brand new trailer for Louis Leterrier’s re-imagining of Clash of the Titans. has hit the web. Surely, it is only a matter of time before it is yanked from YouTube, so check it out while you can. The film stars Sam Worthington, Pete Postlethwaite, Mads Mikkelsen, Gemma Arterton, Alexa Davalos and Clash of The Titans is set to hit theatres March 26, 2010.

Synopsis: “Helpless to save his family from Hades (Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate, and create his own destiny.”

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‘Clash of the Titans’ – Two New Posters, Banner Art Debut

‘Clash of the Titans’ – Two New Posters, Banner Art Debut

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Yahoo has debuted new two posters and a banner image for Louis Leterrier’s re-imagining of Clash of the Titans. Check them out below and weigh in with your thoughts on the artwork!

The film stars Sam Worthington, Pete Postlethwaite, Mads Mikkelsen, Gemma Arterton, Alexa Davalos and Clash of The Titans is set to hit theatres March 26, 2010.

Synopsis: “Helpless to save his family from Hades (Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate, and create his own destiny.”



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‘Clash of the Titans’ – Official Poster Unleashed!

‘Clash of the Titans’ – Official Poster Unleashed!

The first official one-sheet for Louis Leterrier’s re-imagining of Clash of the Titans has made it’s way online. Check it out below and weigh in with your thoughts on the artwork!

The film stars Sam Worthington, Pete Postlethwaite, Mads Mikkelsen, Gemma Arterton and Alexa Davalos.

Clash of The Titans is set to hit theatres March 26, 2010.

Synopsis: “Helpless to save his family from Hades (Fiennes), vengeful god of the underworld, Perseus volunteers to lead a dangerous mission to defeat Hades before he can seize power from Zeus (Neeson) and unleash hell on earth. Leading a daring band of warriors, Perseus sets off on a perilous journey deep into forbidden worlds. Battling unholy demons and fearsome beasts, he will only survive if he can accept his power as a god, defy his fate, and create his own destiny.”

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